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Today marks the end of support for Adobe Flash. But that doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to play all those old Flash games anymore. Today’s video covers Flashpoint. A project dedicated to preserving old Flash games and animations for years to come. Let’s check it out!

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*I stated in the video that there is currently only a Windows version of Flashpoint. However there are macOS and Linux versions of the program, but they are very experimental. Flashpoint’s developers themselves recommend using a Windows VM to get the best possible experience.

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